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    List of Mod Chips and Drive compatibility





    Name Availability DMS/D2A Compatible D2B Compatible D2C Compatible D2C2 Compatible D2E Compatible D3 Compatible D3-2 / D4 Compatible Notes
    Argon/InFeCtuS Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No InFeCtuS chips are universal, can be flashed for other consoles.
    Argon2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
    Chiip Yes Yes Yes No No No No No
    CycloWiz No Yes No No No No No No
    FlatMii Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes USB only Fix for New Super Mario Bros. Wii is proprietary, and only supported by the FlatMii team.
    FlatMod Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Fix for New Super Mario Bros. Wii is proprietary, and only supported by the FlatMii team.
    D2Sun Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
    SunKey Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    SunDriver Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes IDE/CompactFlashor SATA interface Completely replaces the Wii's disc drive.
    OpenWii No Yes Yes No No No No No
    Wasabi DX Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Can act as a Wasabi Zero after a firmware update and reinstallation.
    Wasabi V1 No Yes Yes Yes No No No No
    Wasabi V2 No Yes Yes Yes Yes Needs an update No No
    Wasabi V3 No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
    Wasabi Zero Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Identical to the Wasabi V3, but includes a JTAG port and the ability to go solderless.
    Wi-ic No Yes Yes No No No No No Error 001, which is in games as old as Super Smash Bros. Brawl, is not automatically patched.
    Wii-Boss No Yes Yes No No No No No
    WiiD No Yes Yes No No No No No
    WiiFree No Yes Yes No No No No No Open-source drivechip.
    WiiJii No Yes Yes No No No No No
    WiiKey Yes Yes Yes No No No No No "Quick solder" method will not work on D2B Wiis with a missing pad or cut legs.The latest firmware fixed "Error 001", but brought back issues with GameCube audio streaming.
    D2CKey No No No Yes No No No No
    D2Pro Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
    D2Lite Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Loading burned discs requires a special firmware. Units with a yellow sticker can be flashed with WiiKey 2 firmware.[8]
    WiiKey 2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Appearance is identical to D2Lite. Early chips even had a white PCB.
    DriveKey Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    WiiKey Fusion Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Via SD card Appearance is identical to DriveKey.
    Wiinja No Yes Yes No No No No No
    Wiip No Yes Yes No No No No No
    Wiip2 No Yes Yes No No No No No
    WiiRez No Yes Yes No No No No No
    WODE Jukebox Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes With a USB hard drive
    YAOSM No Yes Yes No No No No No Open-source drivechip.
    Yowii No Yes Yes No No No No No Open-source drivechip.
    SureFire No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Based on Flatmii, no external support needed, but only runs if wii menu is 4.0 or under (will not work on wii menu 3.3)

    **Note that all D3-compatible chips are "plug and play", limited to a 3x disc read speed, and most have issues with streaming GameCube audio. For any chip to work on a D3-2 or D4 drive, a source of external storage (i.e.- USB flash drive) is necessary.

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